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Bruce's Trophies
November 21st, 2009 7AM

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[MLS CUP 2009] Real Salt Lake coach Jason Kreis started his coaching career in the middle of the 2007 season, going straight from player to boss. His counterpart, Galaxy coach Bruce Arena, is considered the USA's most successful coach ever. Aside from eight years at the helm of the U.S. national team that included a quarterfinal appearance at the 2002 World Cup, Arena has collected numerous trophies:

BRUCE ARENA'S TROPHIES

1989 NCAA Division I Virginia (co-champ with Santa Clara)
1991 NCAA Division I Virginia
1992 NCAA Division I Virginia
1993 NCAA Division I Virginia
1994 NCAA Division I Virginia

1996 MLS Cup D.C. United
1996 U.S. Open Cup D.C. United
1997 MLS Cup D.C. United
1998 Concacaf Champions Cup D.C. United
1998 InterAmerican Cup D.C. United

2002 Gold Cup USA
2005 Gold Cup USA

(Arena coached the USA at the 1996 Olympics, and 2002 and 2006 World Cups.)

 



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